This study attempts to focus closely on (Naher Al-Rimad) and the other (Al-Nayee wa Al-Reeh) of the distinguished poet KHALIL Haweey (1919 or 1925 - 1982), by throwing light objectively on the principles which his poetry became known of and he became affiliated to. Al-Haweey was known for his profound belief in the capabilities of the Arabs to rise up from their long coma to concentrate on their vast commitments and responsibilities notably in the scope of the Arab unity not only politically but in all areas. This phenomenon and/or reality was considerably visible in two stages. Firstly, in his pottery in which he beautifully illustrated his views on the pan-Arab unity. This trend procured him a distinctive position in the modern Arabic pottery. Secondly, his belief (in the pan-Arab unity) was not constant and stabilized and was subject to a down turn at first instance. His position was quite stable and remained steadfast in his first and second pottery but it took a round turn and stumbled at the beginning of his third pottery (Bayader Al-Jooe) which he published soon after the collapse of the unity between Egypt and Syria in 1961. These two versions in the position of the poet made the study to focus upon the first and second poems which were, nonetheless, beautifully and objectively versed. Key Words: Emission- Death- Civilization- East- Myth- Fairytales- Past- Future.
EmissionDeathCivilizationEastMythFairytalesPastFutureArabic poetry -- History and criticism.Death in Arabic literatureHawi, Khalil, 1925-
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